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Prisoner

Prisoner

by Elise Dolman

Grappling with my father's mental illness.

Creating Through Love

Creating Through Love

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Give your children the most important thing they need: your love.

My New Dad

My New Dad

by Debbie Fisch

Real change is possible after 50. I know because I saw it happen.

Bar Mitzvah Highlights

Bar Mitzvah Highlights

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Extracting the significance behind the party.

Making House a Home

Making House a Home

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My mother raised two rabbis and the Emmy-award winning creator of the hit show House. What was her secret?

Gaining Cooperation

Gaining Cooperation

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How to get your kids to help with chores and household responsibilities.

Love is not a Luxury

Love is not a Luxury

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Our love for our children -- and our ability to express that love -- will ultimately make them or break them.

Hit and Run

Hit and Run

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Surviving adolescence with two words.

Hide and Seek

Hide and Seek

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Suddenly, my son and I were once again embroiled in a power struggle.

Making Friends

Making Friends

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Helping children build friendships that last.

Father and Son Night Out

Father and Son Night Out

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One hour a week can transform your relationship with your child.

What Did You Just Say?

What Did You Just Say?

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Effective ways to respond to your child's disrespect.

Believe In Your Child

Believe In Your Child

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A comedian's guide to Jewish parenting.

Maybe it's Serious?

Maybe it's Serious?

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Dealing with childhood fears of illness and death.

The Magic Pill for At Risk Behavior

The Magic Pill for At Risk Behavior

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Spend time talking and building your relationship with your child.

The Child Knows

The Child Knows

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Loving our children unconditionally, especially those with special needs.

Shielding Our Children

Shielding Our Children

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Are we helping our children by protecting them from all of life's difficulties?

Homework: Quality Time or Hard Time?

Homework: Quality Time or Hard Time?

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Effective tips on how to make learning with your child a positive and enjoyable experience.

A Radical Parenting Theory

A Radical Parenting Theory

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Jewish wisdom is silent on whether or not you should use the Ferber method because, contrary to popular belief, it is not a moral issue.

Addicted to Internet

Addicted to Internet

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How to help your teenagers who are hooked online.

Love: It's All in the Ratio

Love: It's All in the Ratio

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Love is the only real power a parent has.

Mother's Day, Jewish Style

Mother's Day, Jewish Style

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Go ahead and take her out for dinner, but make sure your display of gratitude isn't just a once-a-year occasion.

It's Not about Me

It's Not about Me

by Shira Goldman

My daughter wants the fancy ring, the elaborate gown, and all the bells and whistles that I could not care less about. But this is her wedding, not mine.

Bullies and Nebs

Bullies and Nebs

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Helping your child navigate the childhood food chain.

From Parent to Parents: A Passover Letter

From Parent to Parents: A Passover Letter

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In a world dominated by distractions galore, Passover affords parents an opportunity to connect with their kids in a most meaningful and magical way.

Dying to be Thin: Teenage Eating Disorders

Dying to be Thin: Teenage Eating Disorders

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Symptoms, causes and what can be done about them.

Eleven Fingers

Eleven Fingers

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It's not about give and take; it's about give and give.

Out of Control Parenting

Out of Control Parenting

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Two basic rules to good parenting.

Raise Your Kids without Raising Your Voice

Raise Your Kids without Raising Your Voice

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Proven strategies that reduce the need for discipline.

Motivating an Underachiever

Motivating an Underachiever

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Effective strategies on how to get your child to do better in school.

The Stolen Hour

The Stolen Hour

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They were stealing the only hour in the entire week that was mine.

Family Planning

Family Planning

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Adoption is a journey of faith.

My Child, the Thief

My Child, the Thief

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Practical advice for parents of children who steal.

Teen Substance Abuse

Teen Substance Abuse

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A first aid guide for parents.

There's a Monster Under My Bed!

There's a Monster Under My Bed!

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Helping your preschoolers cope with nocturnal fears.

Helping Your Teenager Cope with Cliques

Helping Your Teenager Cope with Cliques

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Practical dos and don'ts to navigate the often stressful social scene.

Preventing Adolescent Suicide

Preventing Adolescent Suicide

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Statistics show that 8 out of 10 people who committed suicide gave some warning before taking their lives.

20 Ways to Bring Out the Best in Your Children

20 Ways to Bring Out the Best in Your Children

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An inspiring, practical list from a relationships expert.

Choosing Homeschooling

Choosing Homeschooling

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It isn't for everyone, but homeschooling our son is giving him a strong Jewish education that fits his unique needs.

How to Be a Hero to Your Kid

How to Be a Hero to Your Kid

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Planting and pruning: the two essential modes in parenting.

Under God's Canopy

Under God's Canopy

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In about 10 hours you will be a married man and Mommy and I will be doing the whimpering thing.

How to talk to your kids about smoking: the Jewish perspective

How to talk to your kids about smoking: the Jewish perspective

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How parents can prevent their children from smoking.

Tolstoy in Kindergarten

Tolstoy in Kindergarten

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I assumed that if I got in early, our daughter would be in full literary swing by the time she reached nursery school. Was I ever wrong.

Where Credit is Due

Where Credit is Due

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When my son walks in the door, my first thoughts go upward.

Obesity in Children

Obesity in Children

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What parents should do -- and not do -- to meet the challenge.

The Heavenly Report Card

The Heavenly Report Card

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Maybe you're not such a bad parent (spouse/friend/person) after all.

Negotiating with Your Teen

Negotiating with Your Teen

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Disagreements, clashes, struggles are an inevitable part of growing up. Whether they result in animosity or deepened relationships is in our hands.

Eat This

Eat This

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You never know when something as simple as a kid who won't eat his vegetables will bring you to one of life's little epiphanies.

Cutting Loose

Cutting Loose

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My daughter's haircut taught me a lot about letting go.

Teens at Risk: Stressors and Signs

Teens at Risk: Stressors and Signs

by Sarah Jacobs

A guide for knowing when it's time to get help.

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